Developer Dmitry, based in Mountain View, California, created a new one table programming and debugging Cortex-M in the form of CortexProg. By supporting ZeroWireTrace, Gang-load, MultiCore chip support, LUA plug-in and chip-support plugins, the new development board is now available for Kickstarter support, with donations starting with $ 25 or £ 19 .
If all goes well, its release and worldwide shipping is expected in November 2018. Dmitry explains more about CortexProg and its features for Cortex-M microcontrollers. "It can serve as the only tool needed for device reverse engineering, creating new designs, debugging prototypes, programming platforms on production lines or generally for hacking devboards. CortexProg can read data from a microcontroller, write data to it, play the program, provide live printf error detection (ZeroWireTrace), and even allow full GDB recovery. ”
"As for the computer, the tool uses HID transfer so that you do not need any drivers on any of the supported operating systems: Linux, Windows, MacOS. The tool source is also available so you can make a copy for any other internal environment you may want to run. CortexProg is the complete solution for all copying and programming needs of your ARM Cortex-M. ”
To learn more about the spreadsheet, you can go to its official campaign page at Kickstarter for more details on each feature, ZeroWireTrace support and more.